A Wilmington, Del., man is among those killed Sunday in a pair of bombings in Uganda that officials believe were carried out by Islamic extremists.
Nate Henn, 25, worked with Invisible Children, a San Diego-based organization that publicizes the plight of child soldiers in East Africa and helps former youth combatants.
On his Facebook page, Henn lists Wilmington as his hometown and said he was a 2007 graduate of the University of Delaware and a 2003 graduate of Concord High School.
Invisible Children said Henn was killed in a bomb blast at a rugby field in Kampala where people had gathered to watch the final match of the World Cup. That explosion and a second one at an Ethiopian restaurant in the Ugandan capital claimed at least 64 lives.